Mobile Workforce Management Software, WorkPal, has recently launched its new Partner Channel, targeting accountants, consultants and communications companies to expand into new markets and drive sales.
WorkPal, Northern Ireland’s fastest-growing, indigenous mobile workforce management software company, has announced a new partner programme to aid with business growth into new industries and markets. The company that was established over 10 years ago has experienced a successful trading period over the past 12 months, with more businesses looking for ways to work remotely while keeping their employees connected.
Providing its award-winning software into a variety of industries throughout the UK and Ireland, the company is keen to engage with new markets further afield including the USA and UAE. Determined to hit the ground running, WorkPal has recruited a new Partner Manager to lead its new Partner Channel.
WorkPal Sales Director, Ian Megahey says, “We are delighted to welcome David, our new Partner Manager, to the team. David will be working on sourcing new potential partners to promote the WorkPal system. His main role will be the engage and drive partnerships to ensure they are successful on both sides.”
Speaking about the WorkPal Partner Channel, Ian highlights, “WorkPal is a fantastic piece of software which is developed and maintained completely in-house. We have seen significant uptake of the product in what has been a challenging time for businesses across the country. WorkPal has made a real difference in managing remote communications for companies with mobile workers. We want to take WorkPal to the next level and that will be possible through the new Partner Channel.”
WorkPal’s mobile workforce management software helps businesses with field service engineers, streamline operations, saving time and money which can be invested into other areas. From job scheduling through to invoicing, the WorkPal software manages every aspect of the job process.
As part of WorkPal’s 10-year anniversary celebrations, the firm has invested £1m into its operations. This will see it double its workforce over the next two years to meet the demand for its software product. The company has already benefitted from a Customer Success Manager, Implementation Manager, Scottish Software Consultant and Partner Manager.
Ian said he expects the next 10 years of business to be just as vibrant as the past decade, adding:
“We are now considered a key player in the mobile workforce management arena and our goal is to continue this while providing the best software and service possible. We are looking at developing the brand into new markets including the USA and the UAE where we can take our knowledge and experience and make a real difference to international companies. There are many industries locally that could benefit from the WorkPal software and we are also keen to grow our customers both in the UK and Ireland.”